New Zealand National TV and Radio will broadcast Adhan live on Friday, while many women will wear Hijab as show of solidarity

New Zealand. It’s been the talk since Friday. Though it’s been due to a terrible incident, it’s brought a sense of togetherness regardless of faith and background.

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has now said this coming Friday’s call to prayers (the adhan) for Muslims in New Zealand will be broadcasted nationally and there will be a two minute silence on Friday.

“There is a desire to show support for the Muslim community as they return to mosques on Friday,” she said.

This Friday will make exactly a week since the tragic event happened and New Zealand women are also going to and encouraging others to wear the hijab, again as a show of solidarity.

The PM even decided to open her parliament speech with AsalamuAlaykum:

This touching moment was in company with the session beginning with verses of the Quran being recited:

These are just some of the beautiful ways the love, support and care has been shown by the people in New Zealand and worldwide to the Muslims.

Thank you. Really. May Allah bless you all with goodness.

Written by Adeel Malik

Born in Hong Kong, grew up in Scotland and ethnically Pakistani, Adeel primes himself to be a multicultural individual who is an advent social media user for the purpose of learning and propagating Islam while is also a sports fan. Being an English teacher himself, he envisions a bright future for Muslims which he strongly believes can only be done with education.

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